#1
Over time, I've been playing better and better, but some things that I've come to realize as some major flaws in my playing is that i make quite a bit of string noise... When I tap, there's constantly noise coming from a string adjacent to the one i'm tapping on, and when I'm doing licks that rise in pitch, I'm getting constant string noise from the strings I just came off of, or strings I accidentally hit with my large fingers... rarely, i also get string noise when I'm picking.... but very, very rarely. Any way to make my playing less sloppy?
#4
I do mute the other strings with the meat of my palm (the edge really), but i still get that kind of noise when u accidentally hit the string, even if its palm muted, you still get that click :[
And what's the best way i can go about muting with my left hand? using my thumb to mute the lower strings, and what not?

Thanks for the other advice though!
#5
sometimes that strange noise makes good music, listen to the solo in my song "phyc brick", the same sound you're talking about makes some cool music when i recorded the track i was like **** i ****ed up, listened to it.. it flows and makes your brain go WTF?
#6
If you accidentally are hitting strings, thats your problem. Slow it down so you don't accidentally hit the strings.